Woody Harrelson Will Play Acid Genius Tim Leary in a New Show, Because of Course
Harrelson has long been a frontrunner to play fellow LSD pioneer Ken Kesey.
Scientists Identify Key Neural Mechanisms Behind an LSD Trip
LSD appears to cause information to disintegrate as it is passed through a neural circuit that determines how we process internal and external stimuli.
The World's First-Ever Acid Trip Actually Kinda Sucked
A deep dive into Albert Hofmann's personal archives sheds startling new light on a signature moment at the dawn of the psychedelic era.
The Burnout and Escapism Issue
The Psychedelic Resistance
We live our lives increasingly locked into screen time, distanced from nature and each other by modern capitalism and divisive politics. It’s no surprise that illegal use of psychedelics is on the rise.
Competitive Psychedelic Users Are Chasing 'Ego Death' and Losing Their Sense of Self
More and more psychonauts are looking for the ultimate high, but some are ruining their minds in the process.
'Drip in and Drop Out,' Today's Comic by Reginald Pean
A cool cat has a wild trip.
James Supercave's "Come Alone" Video Is a Solo Trip Into Psych-Pop Bliss
The LA oddities have returned to spread their strange, psychedelic gospel.
Imagine If Michael Scott Took Some Acid
Watch the premiere of JJUUJJUU's new video for "Zionic Mud," and don't miss the LA psych rockers and Desert Daze founders on tour with Primus and Lumerians this fall and winter.
If You Haven’t Been Listening to Unknown Mortal Orchestra This Summer, You’ve Been Fuckin’ Up
'Sex & Food' is one of the year's best psychedelic records, so we talked to Ruban Nielson about what's coming next.
People Told Us the Wildest Things They've Seen While Tripping
"I was floating in the sea… a sea made out of dogs, dogs eating dolphins, dolphins eating dogs eating dolphins eating dogs."
Scientists Want to Talk to People Who've Had Life Changing Psychedelic Experiences
Johns Hopkins University researchers wants to know if you’ve ever had a life changing experience while tripping balls.
Study Says Men Who Take Psychedelics Are Less Likely to Be Violent Partners
Researchers found men who tripped were half as likely to hurt a significant other, and “emotional regulation” may play a role.